The property is a mid-terraced unit of brick construction, built under a pitched tiled roof.
Externally, the premises benefit from a roller shutter door providing access into the garage and on street parking is available.
The front of the building contains the retail premises, with the rear consisting two lounge areas and separate kitchen, opening up to a large yard and garden area. Two store rooms lead off from the shop unit.
To the first floor are five bedrooms and a bathroom. The property has double glazed windows and gas central heating throughout.
The shop unit itself has a suspended tiled ceiling with fluorescent strip tube lighting and vinyl floor covering.
The premises is currently mixed use commercial/residential.
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2017 Rateable Value £3,850
Rates Payable 2019/2020 £1,776.15
For information on Small Business Rates Relief, please contact the Local Authority.
(One Hundred and Seventy Five Thousand Pounds)
The property is available freehold.
Unless stated all prices are quoted exclusive of VAT.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction.
Energy Efficiency Rating
A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request.
We understand that gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected to the premises. However, we recommend that interested parties contact the relevant service providers to confirm this.
Strictly by prior appointment through the Sole Agents, Musson Liggins.
The premises are located on Glasshouse Hill which is on the A610 Trunk Road which links this part of Derbyshire with the Eastwood Bypass and Junction 26 of the M1 Motorway being approximately 8.5 miles distance to the south east of the subject property.
Access to the Greater Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire area is quick and easy via the close proximity of the A610 and the A38 Trunk Road. The three M1 Motorway Junctions 26, 27 and 28 are all accessible from this location.
The premises itself sits within a row of terraced houses, on a busy road which acts as a main road in and out of Codnor and in a predominantly residential area. Several hundred feet down the road is a Tesco Express and an Italian restaurant.